"As teachers, we invest a great deal of time thinking about and preparing for what we should teach. Likewise, we should spend an equal amount of time thinking about and preparing for how we should teach" wrote Cox and Zamudio in 1993. As we plan how to teach, one variable which deserves attention is the learning style of students in our classrooms. Learning styles is not a new concept. However, because educational practitioners discovered learning style technology at about the time most psychologists were losing interest, progress in the area has been slow (Keefe and Monk, 1986). So what are learning styles?



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